Zoe returns cured. Alice and Louise investigate where Joseph Peach was seen in the park.
Assassins are enlisted to kill Jim Gordon. Edward Nygma nurses Penguin back to health.
Theo begins training the Maniax. Jim and Commissioner Essen work to contain the carnage on Gotham’s streets.
Jules tries to help Margot get out of No-End House. Or will Margot remain there, becoming more hollow by the day?
Margot has to figure out what to do with her cannibal father after he’s escaped the No-End House.
Jules and Margot struggle to try escaping No-End House for good. And John is very, very hungry.
A trip into the backwoods like never before! Slovenian rednecks and liquor await.
Scarce. 2008. Directed & Written by Jesse Thomas Cook and John Geddes. Starring Steve Warren, Gary Fischer, Chris Warrilow, Thomas Webb, John Geddes, Jesse Thomas Cook, Stephanie Banting, Gavin Peacock, Matt Griffin, Jaclyn Pampalone, Jackie Eddolls, & Jason Derushie. Bloodlife Films/Two Door Four Door Pictures. Rated 18A. 93 minutes. Horror/Thriller ★1/2 Some movies are soContinue reading “Scarce is Finger Lickin’ Bad”
THE WOMAN explores the roots of misogyny in our society, as well as in our families.
He Never Died. 2015. Directed & Written by Jason Krawczyk. Starring Henry Rollins, Booboo Stewart, Kate Greenhouse, Jordan Todosey, David Richmond-Peck, James Cade, Steven Ogg, Elias Edraki, & Walter Alza. Alternate Ending Studios. Rated R. 99 minutes. Comedy/Drama/Horror ★★★★ Immortality is an interesting concept. There have been so many books and films on the subject,Continue reading “He Never Died: Henry Rollins at His Immortal Best”
There are tons and tons of disturbing horror movies out there. I’ve seen plenty of them, but the titles on this list are some of my favourites. Not saying these are the most extreme, the most hardcore, I’m not touting these as the most disturbing horror movies you can watch. Simply, I think these areContinue reading “Disturbing Horror for Halloween Season”
The Hills Have Eyes II. 2007. Directed by Martin Weisz. Written by Jonathan Craven & Wes Craven. Starring Cécile Breccia, Michael Bailey Smith, Archie Kao, Jay Acovone, Jeff Kober, Philip Pavel, David Reynolds, Tyrell Kemlo, Lee Thompson Young, Danielle Alonso, Eric Edelstein, Jessica Stroup, Joseph Beddelem, Jacob Vargas, Ben Crowley, Michael McMillian, Reshad Strik, and DerekContinue reading “The Hills Have Eyes II: Horny Mutants”